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: in 1993, they went to war in waco. >> this ain't america anymore when the atf has that kind of power. >> reporter: it ended in catastrophe. 86 people dead, including at least 24 children. >> there had been nothing like this before. the siege was new and unique in america law enforcement history. >> if you distrust the government, waco is going to be symbolic to a lot of people of what they really fear. >> i'm talking to you. somebody's going to get hurt. >> if he asks god for some kind of sign and god gives it, what does that mean? >> reporter: every saturday morning, clive doyle and sheila martin study the bible. >> behold god will come with strong hand -- >> reporter: they are about all that's left in waco of the branch davidians, an offshoot of the seventh day adventist church. their religious community went back generation. it even issued its own currency during the great depression. david koresh came to the faith and its texas commune in 1981. who was he back then, to you? >> just a bum. >> reporter: former branch davidian, kathy jones, and her husband, david, had seen religious
luck. abc2 news was the first to bring you the details of an atf raid. >> we have more details on why the atf was in west baltimore. >>> he started the cameras but didn't talk about his affairs. >> and if you need help for that thanksgiving turkey, there's an app for that. >> i'm already getting hungry, guys. i can smell mom's turkey. we have basically a clear sky. will the rest of the weekend remain dry? the answer >>> a crash in kingsville kills one and send twos others to the hospital. the truck crossed the center line and struck the car head-on. >> a teacher and basketball coach from broad neck high school is under investigation for what the school calls a student safety matter. erin thorn is an english teacher and coach of the girls basketball team. >> some parents at carroll county schools are upset about hand scanners. though put their hands up to pay for lunch. some parents are concerned about privacy. the district said parents are able to opt their children out of the program. >> all right. let's take a look at that weather. right now we have one weather concern. that's about
at both the atf and baltimore city police had them quite busy. we had four west baltimore locations searched, atf says the result of a several month investigation ended on the doorsteps of north kerry, west lexington, harlem and here. each location authorities searched with warrants and attempted arrests. some were made in morning and the case is from a spike in violent crime in the area. those who live close by to these locations watched and describe the early morning raids. >> just a lot of police out here and vests and -- cars. >> atf agents. >> yes >> we are waiting on the details on the raids. the city state attorney office is the lead on this case and said it's still going on so stay with us as we continue to develop this story. >>> and the woman who was pulled from her burning home yesterday has died. officials say the 59-year-old pass away at the bayview burn center after being burned on half of her body. her home wan blake court was destroyed and fire firms say they don't believe it was set on purpose. >> weather wise a november chill. holding tough out there right now
crime and groups with links to terrorists cashing in. atf agents stop to this town car in richmond loaded down with 1800 curtains. >> the more organized they get we have seen these links of human smuggling. -- to links to human smuggling and weapons. >> this will end up here within an evidence room. >> the profit is so large it makes people want to do it. >> this couple is likely catering to a small group of clients. the penalties are not high. these two will get a fine. >> with huge profits that is not enough. >> my opinion, probably. we often get repeat customers. >> interesting. you learn something new every day. a well-known celebrity is diagnosed with cancer. >> she is talking and we will have the latest on her prognosis. >> the famous actress is in town to make a movie but the production around it caused a huge traffic jam in montgomery county and it could tomorrow. we will tell you what to watch out for. >> it is another cold night cold morning and >> "dancing with the stars" co- host brooke bart is undergoing surgery for cancer. her doctor discovered a novel for cancer. it
got it for you coming up. >> abc2 investigators broke this story. atf and city police conducting a series of raids in north ball. authorities explaind what they were looking for and announced they were looking -- the raids were targeting known drug dealers in the penn rose and franklin square neighborhoods. the group of 24 were all connected and helped fuel the violent crime spike that included 10 shootings and one murder. >> their records reflect a long history of violence and drug work within those neighborhoods, so extracting them will bring immediate stabilization. >> police believe more criminal cases could come out. agents conducted drug buys for heroin, crack and cocaine. >> a rosedale man is dead and two others are in shock trauma. a westbound truck crossed the center line hitting a mazda. the impact sounded like an explosion. they took these pictures with a cep company that showed the damage. >> i tried to see what was going on with the vehicles. i could see that one man was badly injured. the driver of the vehicle was -- they were both trapped in the car. they had to cu
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fite executing government soldiers. >> the un says atf the vide is autnticated, the action would constitute a war crime. >> as their prisoners cower in terror, rebels celebrate. this video is said to of been coed in northwestern syria. governmentorces and rebels have been fighti there for weeks. on thursy, rebstoed several army checkpoints. they appear to haveapred these government soldiers. in the video, rebels yell, "you are assad's dogs" at their captives, and then they prayed. after tt, the fired rnd afte round, killing at least 10 of those prisoners. the united nations is trying to verify the video and says the killings probably constituted a war crime and those responsible should be punished. >> it looks very likely that this is a war crime, another one. unfortunately, this uld be the latest in a stream of documented executions byppitn wl as government forces and its affiliated with them. >> there's been heavy fighting with government planes bombing rebel positions near the turkish border awe as in the capital damasc. >> the conflict between the government and rebels in sy
usually we're atf 6 san francisco. today we topped off at 77 degrees. typically 71 in san joe. tonight overnight significant cool down. any where between 50 and 57 degrees with star he sky. we have an offshore flow. tonight cloud free record warmth. extended forecast we're going to cool off cloud up. one day at a time. tomorrow santa ross a should easily shatter a record of 83 degrees forecasting 89 there otherwise san francisco president degrees should tie a record as is in oakland 2 degrees above that record. storm track diverted well to the north of the bay area. just really reflecting off that huge dome of high pressure that's encompassing the empire west coast. we have that significant warming from tomorrow through election day. wednesday will be a transition day. 70s in the forecast along the sea shore. 80s peninsula including south san francisco, belmont millbury we dive to the south. san jose all in the low 80s jumping into the mid and high 80s into gilroy. east of the bay well inland 50 degrees in brentwood tracey oakly and discovery bay. 84 degrees in san ramon. low 80s com
affected. 30 with major damage. detectives and federal atf agents on scene searching for clues. >> we are looking at the houses and making a ring. >> the damage right now being estimated at $3.6 million. >>> two nursing home residents are dead and four others are in the hospital after eating poisonous mushrooms. they were in a soup served at the gold age facility near sacramento. the woman who made the soup is a care giver there. she is one of the four people sick in the hospital. investigators say she didn't know the wild mushrooms, which grow on the property, were poisonous. some neighbors cut the mushrooms down as a precaution. >> you get the button mushrooms or the great big toadstools. you can't eat those. those are poisonous. we cut them down because the dogs get them and they get sick. >> the california department of public health has warned against eating wild mushroomis for year. >>> marla, here is good news to report. menlo park police found a stolen minivan and suv outfitted for a woman who uses it for her wheelchair. the woman reported it missing from her menlo park home l
are turning this into a criminal homicide investigation, and we're working with our partners from the atf, from indianapolis fire department, indianapolis metropolitan police department, the marion county prosecutor's office and many other state and local agencies. >> we probably have every house in this neighborhood with some type of structural damage. it splintered my door. i had to get out, and it looked like a war zone. jenna: one of the most unbelievable scenes we've really seen in a long time. on the phone with us now from indianapolis is marion county prosecutor terry curry who's responsible for this investigation. terry, why do you believe this is a homicide? >> well, based upon the initial investigation of the explosion by the combined local arson investigators and federal atf investigators, um, after a period of time all accidental causes were ruled out, and the consequence in addition to the fire investigation we've had a parallel criminal investigation ongoing since virtually day one. jenna: what is the source of this explosion? >> i can't speak to that at this time. we have a
on from hardship to find hope. >> on the 23rd, atf knocked on my door to take me to the police station for questioning. that's when they told me they were going to name john as the sniper. >> reporter: that was also when mildred muhammad would learn her husband was really out to murder her and the ten innocent people who were killed were just a cover. >> so that he could come in as the grieving father and get custody of the children. >> reporter: she said he was abusive to her. after she left him, he disappeared with their three young children. when she finally got them back a judge ordered a restraining order against her ex-husband. >> he said, you have become my enemy, and as my enemy, i will kill you. he said that right in my face. >> i think people would be surprised to know that other people have attacked you. >> they don't consider me, or my children, to be victims. after john was caught, there were people who said to me, to my face, or e-mail, or letters, that if i would have stayed with john, then he would have just killed me. >> after all you've been through, how do you cope w
morning raids. >> the police out here and [inaudible]. >> like atf agents. >> yeah. >> reporter: sources say not all the targets of the raids have been arrested yet which is why the state's attorney's office hasn't release a statement. they are the lead in this case. the office said it'll promise to release as much information as possible as soon as possible. we will of course continue to follow this story and the developments and bring them to you as we get them. >> all right. tonight we have a lot of questions around a parent arrested for walking into a baltimore city school on thursday, carrying a concealed weapon. police say the unlicensed cap driver spotted a gun that fell to the ground as the man got out of the cab outside the academy for college and career. when rodney parker pick ited up, put it inside his pocket and walked in to the building the hack waved down a police officer and they secured the gun. parker was apparently there to attend a parent teacher conference. he now faces a pair of gun charges. >>> and new information tonight an a triple shoot that killed two
. >> raids on four homes conducted by the atf and police today. they were looking for guns and drugs. the case is the result of a month long investigation into violent crime. we are waiting to hear from police on how many arrests were made and what charges will be filed. . and five hour energy the latest to be investigated by the fda. the drink may have been a factor in at least 13 deaths in the last four years and they are investigating monster energy drink also. they started looking in to it last month after it was linked to five deaths including the death of a teen girl from our state >> a chill in the air. no question about that. at least we are nice and dry. the radar still scanning all clear, all sweeps, but clouds have rolled in out of the south. part of the problem is this coastal system spinning down here off the carolina coast. midlevel moisture with a few clouds out of the south for maryland. i think we will stay dry for the rest of the night but there will be clouds to deal with and temperatures dropping cold close to freezing. whether you wake up tomorrow we may not get
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the atf officials expected to find him. >> i'm peggy fox. northern virginia pipe bomb suspect was apprehended near great falls, montana this afternoon. and he had traveled more than 2,000 miles in two days from his home in stafford. he was pulled over for speeding by montana highway patrol, but then allegedly threw the pipe bombs at them and tried to get away. >> he was arrested by the montana state police. due to the high-speed pursuit. deploying pipe bombs. from what we understand, he was arrested in possession of a handgun, but taken off safely with no incidents. >> he is charged with three counts of attempted capital murder. weapons charges, and terror charges. they stem from three pipe bombings on tuesday morning at the home of their former girlfriend and the home of the detective and the former home of the stafford county sheriff's deputy. peggy fox, 9news now. >>> a pair of astronauts did a little plumbing work to fix an apparent leak on the international space station. to do so, they have to take a walk -- they had totake a walk outside in space. the astronauts reconfi
county. but atf officials said that stewart fought back, throwing two pipe bombs at them. a chase began. >> he was arrested by montana police in a high-speed pursuit, deploying pipe bombs at the police officers. he was also arrested in a possession of a handgun, but taken off safely with no incident and thank goodness no one was hurt. >> reporter: they closed in, a helicopter from the department of homeland security was dispatched. stewart is charged with three counts of attempted capital murder, weapons charges, and terror charges. they stem from three pipe bombings on tuesday morning, at the home of stewart's former girlfriend, the home of a detective and the former home of a stafford county sheriff's deputy. both the deputy and the detective had filed recent domestic violence and indecent exposure charges against stewart. the 25-year-old has what is considered a cyber bully blog under the web address, revelations of our lord, in which he degrades his former girlfriend and police. here are some excerpts. he says, "the police and the da are working in unison with my fiance's fami
retaliated. while he was on the run, the sheriff's department and atf office raided his mobile home. >> come in here and busted the window out. >> reporter: before the bombings, investigators believe stewart posted his frustrations in this blog. quote, my ex will not be happy until she has taken everything from me. she already took my dog and now she is trying to take my freedom. i have no recourse against her lies without first being arrested and sitting in a cell. well, tonight he is in a cell and no word on when he'll be transported back here to virginia to face charges. live in stafford, i'm shomari stone, news4. >>> an update to a story we brought you last night at 11:00. this is near gallaudet university in d.c. officials don't know what started the fire. the internal layout of the century-old building made it dangerous to fight the fire from the inside. >>> cameras mounted in buses have now recorded bus operators nodding off 68 times over the last two years. these cameras are triggered when a bus hits something or makes a sudden stop. drowsy driving accounted for less than 1% of the d
what our state department would have done. >> sean: welcome back. the botched atf operation not only let guns walk into mexico it also cost border agent brian terry his life. reaction of two people that have been following the story, kerry picket and katie pavlitch is with us. let's watch through this. so our government gave guns to drug dealers, cartels, kidnappers and they gave them the guns and didn't track them? >> giving them to people who are willing to go into a teenage birthday party and mow people down. these are kinds of people they were arming here. >> unfortunately, we are also seeing our justice department does not want to take responsibility. since the report came out, eric holder is not being held responsible. you have one retirement. you have one resignation. therefore, eric holder he is okay. you know what in the end, the inspector general said not exactly because eric holder still has to account for a lot of people that were under him. >> sean: darrell issa who is doing his job. he has been trying to get to the bottom of this from day one. all they have done is they
. >> thewith the atf the president once're ot 1.6 trillion dollars that is a bargaining position and? >> as he talks about tax rates but can you raise revenue? feel new way we will raise revenue is private-sector growth. if you tell the private sector to raise taxes taxes, health care costsgou tean costs, energy costs, laborco cost. people will not invest in america businesses want this president to succeed.ucceed i did not vote for him but. his success is tied to myto success and americann business. commo there ought to be sometse comment -- common ground.dozen o lou: as the big ceos show up to talk big butd small-business that creates most jobs but they have a major portion of the lobbying effort of the pressure applied in washington. what is your reaction. >> you have to look at how they are motivatedall differentlyb it could be the government actions alsothey a sometimes they are subsidized and may havebsidi government contracts smalln't businesses are not concerned they can make a much better case to the president forecy to what needs to be done whatke or would it take for busi businessme
and working with the atf. also some officers have been reassigned to improve staffing. that is just the beginning. >> $10 million increase in revenues. there is nothing more important that we should spend the money on than public safety. >> the money will be used to hire two civilians. that way 20 more officers rill be free to work the street -- will be free to work the streets. >> the strength of our police department is 830 officers. and somehow we have to figure out how to get that authorized strength back up. >> reporter: there are 50 people in the police acad aomy and another -- academy and another starts in march. paul chambers, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> two boys and a 23-year-old man have been arrested for sexual assault. police say they received a report of the assault at 9:30 p.m. last night. they say a 13-year-old girl and the suspects were drinking alcohol when the assault happened. police say they do not believe there are any other suspects. >>> san jose firefighters put out a fire at a house where marijuana plants were growing inside. a man living at the home called 911
committed more officers to be o with atf to specifically goes after firearms traffickers. >> city council members are spearheading an effort to get chief jordan the help he needs to use money that is budgeted for the next fiscal year. normally they would have to wait until july to change the city budgeted but there is nothing normal about the situation or the growing violence in oakland. >> we need to start the ball rolling, to get every police officer that we are capable of hiring trained and hired. >> none can come too soon? >> i want peace. i pray that something can be done in this area. >> council members are asking that the city immediately prepare for another police academy and agree to hire 20 police technicians and should the alameda county sheriff's office to help with the violence suppression, they want to review the agreement after 90 days. nick smith, abc7 news. >> it is one of the most common questions asked by visitors at grand canyon. how old is it? new study it was probably carved out about 70 million years ago. so early that dinosaurs might have roamed near this natural w
's office, and the atf. investigators conducted nearly 40 undercover drug buys. the focus is the western district neighborhoods where there has been an increase in violent crime since the summer, including a murder and 10 non- fatal shootings. >> these individuals have not been charged directly. they are contributing to the violence in the neighborhood and are a driving force of violence in the neighborhood. >> police tell us the rest will contribute to the stabilization of the western part of the city, hopefully leading to more arrests to build on other investigations in the neighborhood. the search is on for two young men who held a person at gunpoint as he was picking up his mail. police have arrested and charged a 13-year-old as an adult. police say he and two other teenagers approached the man on fair oaks road. they are accused of demanding money and making off with his wallet. he is being held on $85,000 bond. anyone with information on the other suspects should call police. >> there are new details regarding the september 23 incident in towson. 2500 people shut down part of york
. in just under an hour. atf will take over this case and becomes a federal case or the authorities might want to keep him in montana. for allegedly going after their own officers and putting their lives on the line. >> we will continue to collect the details on the story. it is on the home page of wjla.com. >> police sgt. johnny riley has been indicted. he shot a handcuffed suspect and they suspect is paralyzed from the waist down. >> there is a lot of work to do in sandy's aftermath. there is still a mess at this of work to still be done. as you travel around the area, it was not hard to hear the buzz of the chain saws as the crews worked to chalk up big trees like this one. they came down in the storm. this tree went down and caused a lot of damage. when sandy blew in, down with this huge tree. this is the damage and the mess it left behind. >> i feel so sorry. this is more damage. >> no one was hurt but people in this neighborhood are waiting for help in the person of tree cutters to come in and hall of this big oak. halfthey were they were busy today. the order of the day was taking
officials that are testifying. in their testimony they make unequivocal statements that atf was not involved, they put it in a letter in february. eight months later they have to withdraw the letter saying it was factually incorrect saying atf was involved. if a private sit ten were to lie before congress and make a fal false statement it could be deemed a criminal act. again the reason for the hearing is the retraction of the letter and no real release of documents and the slow drip of documents that we had over the summer and even in the spring this last year. the fact of the matter is that letter in february that was later retraebgtd is wh retracted is why there is such a level of distrust between the justice department and the legislative house of our government which is the house and senate. bill: you told our producers there is no indication the documents requested fall under executive privilege. what does that indicate, then, jay? >> it indicates to me that what they've got is documents that are going to be troubling to the justice department, and probably troubling to the higher ups
felony drug crimes. city police say it was a joint effort with atf agents and city prosecutors launched after a surge in violence in the franklin square and penrose neighborhoods. investigators say there's been a surge in violent crime since the summer including a murder and ten nonviolent shootings. >>> for victims of domestic violence, finding the help they need can sometimes be difficult, but steps are being taken around the state to change that. a prime example was a gbmc yesterday in towsend. lieutenant governor anthony brown and other state and baltimore county officials tour the new domestic violence program at gbmc friday. the lieutenant governor has close ties to domestic violence after his cousin was murdered by her estranged boyfriend. >> we'll be able to train the professionals, clinicians, doctors, nurses, to be able to help identify those who are victims of domestic violence and more importantly, to connect them to resources in the community so they can break that cycle of violence. >> the new program, which is being primarily funded by care first, will offer patients of t
-girlfriend and then tried to kill a deputy and a detective using bombs. the atf says they were made to kill and they were absolutely capable of doing that for the first time in virginia history, police have activated what's called a blue alert, a special kind of search for suspects who threaten police officers. here is the suspect, 25-year- old loren stewart. he is accused of making pipe bombs and blowing up victims' homes. he caused significant damage yesterday morning. police consider him armed and dangerous and they are doing everything they can to get him in custody. >> this man is a serious and dangerous threat to society. he already attempted to murder two law enforcement officers, their families and citizens. >> take another look at lawrence stewart. he was last seen in a red hyundaiing a accident with virginia plates, wxa 8249: he may also be, according to police n a white any san altima with pennsylvania plates. hlm 1923. again, hlm 1923. if you have any information on his whereabouts, you are asked to call the stafford county police department. >>> halloween has certain traditions in the distri
officers to the gang investigation unit and two officers dedicated to working with the atf to get illegal guns off the street. also some officers have been reassigned to different departments to improve staffing in the field. but that's just the beginning. >> we just saw a $10 million increase in our ongoing revenues i believe there's nothing more important that we should be spending this money on than public safety. >> reporter: that money will be used to hire 20 officers to work the streets, also bringing alameda sheriff deputies to patrol the streets for at least 20 days and fund a new police academy. >> somehow we've got to figure out how to get the authorized strength back up. >> reporter: there are 50 people in a current academy. yet another one will start in march. today's request will go before a full council in january. >>> former president george h.w. bush remains in a houston hospital tonight. a spokesperson reveals he's been at methodist hospital since the day after thanksgiving. bush has been suffering from viral bronchitis. the 88-year-old former president also had a form of
officers dedicated to working with the atf to get illegal guns off the street. also some officers have been reassigned to different departments to improve staffing in the field. but that's just the beginning. >> we just saw a $10 million increase in our ongoing revenues i believe there's nothing more important that we should be spending this money on than public safety. >> reporter: that money will be used to hire 20 officers to work the streets, also bringing alameda sheriff deputies to patrol the streets for at least 20 days and fund a new police academy. >> somehow we've got to figure out how to get the authorized strength back up. >> reporter: there are 50 people in a current academy. yet another one will start in march. today's request will go before a full council in january. >>> former president george h.w. bush remains in a houston hospital tonight. a spokesperson reveals he's been at methodist hospital since the day after thanksgiving. bush has been suffering from viral bronchitis. the 88-year-old former president also had a form of parkinson's disease and that makes it difficult f
charged with multiple felony drug problems. state police say the operation was a joint effort with atf agents and city prosecutors launched after a surge in violence in the franklin square and pen rose neighborhoods. which investigators have seen an uptick in violent crime since the summer including a murder and ten nonfatal shootings. >>> a new look this morning into that melee in towsend back in september. documents are now revealing outmanned officers struggled to gain control of an unruly and defiant crowd of thousands. here's david collins. >> manned and under orders to use restraint, police encountered drunk and defiant roving mobs and party goers. all under a cloud of marijuana smoke in the 500 block of nook road. 1500 people shut down the road and sidewalks. this was only the first wave of trouble. police from four precincts the investigative services unit, canine, violent crimes unit, maryland state police from jfk barracks along with officers attempted to take control. numerous calls reveal police had their hands full. >> i need the police here immediatel immediately. >> stay
afternoon. but lawrence stewart ii was not where atf officials expected to find him. stewart was arrested near belt, montana east of great falls. authorities say he threw pipe bombs at them from his vehicle which led them on a car chase. >>> a local police officer is now been charged trying to murder a man he was arresting. prosecutors say in september johnnie riley a sergeant with district heights, maryland police department arrested a man suspected of stealing a motorcycle. well, the suspect who was in handcuffs at the time ended up escaping custody and started running down the street. now prosecutors say the officer riley abused his authority by shooting the man in the back. as he was trying to escape. >>> today former penn state president graham spanier will be in court. prosecutors say he was part of a conspiracy to cover-up sex crimes of assistant football coach jerry sandusky for years. spanier is charged with five counts they include perjury, obstruction of justice, endangering the welfare of children, conspiracy and failure to report suspected child abuse. two others are facing t
, the dea, the atf. probation, parole. >> 0pd says operation cease- fire is one of two crime- fighting strategies recently launched by the department. there have been at no homicides in the past seven days. >> this is a police sketch of the man that tried to kidnap a 14 year-old girl and she was walking near international boulevard banff's 13this happened if the afternoon he tried to pull into a car that was waiting she managed to escape. and a 2002 watercolor reward is being awarded in this case. and also, rob fladeboe has more on what could be the first cost of its kind in the bay area. >> hazardous materials specialists and white coveralls and gas masks wearing a white cover all six, in and out of two different apartments here on bush street leaked thursday. they were removing chemicals used in this manufacturer of your >> issues a derived from plants it is a hallucinogenic. you can snort it, you can inject it accurate and if it is a fast action hallucinogen. called dmi aided by heavily armed swat teams police executed search warrants. two people were erected and three other were d
state police, the atf, the erie police department, specifically their bomb squad, the united states attorney's office and the erie county district attorney's office. >> i wouldn't be surprised if some game warden from warren, p.a., was on the task force. >> jim fisher, a former fbi agent and criminologist, studied the case from the beginning. >> so you have 50 people running around randomly conducting, you know, leads with very little coordination. no one really seemed to be in charge. >> from the outset, he believes the fbi, the erie police, all the law enforcement agencies involved were on the wrong track. this was not, he says, a bank robbery. you believe brian wells was murdered? >> well, he was murdered. it was a first-degree murder. this was an intentional premeditated homicide. moreover, it was extremely cruel in the way the crime was executed. >> not just the crime, the actual bomb was a crude masterpiece of someone's twisted art. police would find intricate decoy cables, a homemade lock. it all made into a bizarre puzzle wrapped around the neck of the victim. and whatever t
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-- the laws are in the books now to end force it, put atf agents out there, work with the mexicans out there. be smart how we work them. the e-trace program out there, to the mexicans, talking about this is great, but there's a problem. it's in english. we need it in spanish. we have to work with the mexicans, but, again, we have to understand that in the united states, we have a second amendment. there's books in the law to implement, enforce, put more personals to address that, and we added more atf agents out there. >> he mentioned, the former governor of mexico state to be sworn in december 1, the new president of mexico, familiar with him, and he's a personal friend of yours, and you said you want to work with the commissioner, and what do you see happening as far as policy? >> i hope that the new administration in mexico, takes a very bold and strong stance against the operators. i hope the initiative congress funded between the united states government and mexico has a great deal of oversight and accountability on how dollars were spent, and i hope we have a greater level of cooperati
shoemaker of atf, authorized a reward up to $10,000. >> reporter: 34-year-old john longworth and his wife jennifer were killed in the explosion that leveled two homes and severely damaged dozens more. >> today i went to the funeral mass, and during that mass i was having trouble within myself coming to a sense of peace and reconciliation. i could not even imagine what the families are going through if i could not do it. >> reporter: it is unclear what the motive may have been for such a horrific crime, and police would not say if they have identified specific suspects. neighbors left behind are stunned wondering who could do such a thing. and worried it might happen again. pierre thomas, abc news, washington. >>> what a chilling turn in that case. and important legal note to pass on. under indiana law, a murder charge could be filed in connection with the death -- at least two deaths in this case, if they find the explosion was the result of arson here. they do find the person responsible for this, they could be charged with murder. >> and the cruel irony of the timing of this, the revela
needs to be before someone gets killed. >> reporter: the fbi, atf and crime stoppers are offering a $200,000 reward to information leading to an arrest. this could be the beginning of a nightmare scenario like we had in washington in the fall of 2002, when the d.c. snipers killed ten people over a month. >> we remember that well, pierre. thanks very much. >>> let's get weather from sam. >> we start with the question, george, why did the salmon cross the road? >> why, sam? >> take a look at this. take a look at this. take a look -- because i made you wait for it. but it's part of the sokomish river. that fish, that salmon has spawn. it's going to use water wherever it can to get to the other side. i'm just saying. that salmon means business, all of them. let's get to the boards. one or two things to talk about this morning. we're going to show you where the warm, sunny, beautiful weather is. we'll start with phoenix. midland, odessa area. jackson, oklahoma city, beautiful. denver, you're 74 degrees. it's gorgeous. as far as the temperatures go, the warm, sunny weather goes all the way to
-care law, epa regulations. the oversight and government reform's committee's investigation of atf and department of justice got hot under the caller. but as we entered a phase of a president's second term people seem to calm down a bit. the health-care law is going through another phase of implementation. regardless of how much of their might be a desire among some people to re-litigate some of that, they have deadlines to hit. and there's very legitimate oversight, not just oversight and government reform committee but ways and means and the energy and commerce committee and so forth on this massive new orientation to health care we will have in the country. as it enters the implementation phase in 2014 and in 2015, i think you will see a lot more hearings where you are quite literally saying what is the progress on this aspect of the health-care law. i think that has an opportunity to be a little less driven from -- the supreme court has ruled and president obama has a second term. it does not mean from the perspective of our own personal feelings that we feel good about the law
. they stated that atf agents spotted a suspicious item on a passenger. they stated that they called in the alameda bomb squad. >>he had a watch on him with a toggle switch and a series effuses and wires he had a circuit board and the watch itself was on incorrect time. this is not always that from. >>they stated that he is from the loss angeles area and that he was wearing unusual clothing. he was wearing a military style shirt that had a bill 10 turned in the sleeves and that if you received a arm injury you can tighten it up. and it will stop bleeding. and again this is something that a normal person does not wear. he had bulls o boots on the work two sizes too big. they had modified inserts to make and taller and that also had what appeared to be something that was homemade. >>this case is still under investigation and they stated that he was attempting to return to loss angeles and he claimed that the watch was an art project and that he was just in town briefly for the day. >>meanwhile a center cisco shares deputy is behind bars charged charged with robbing a bank. he handed a
month and the atf made a similar move earlier this year. the values did close up about a percent in new york trade yesterday. >>> we're going to talk more transportation when we come back. we'll also keep our eyes on what's going on with brent. it's trending higher this morning on confirmation that there has been a terrorist attack on a bus in tel aviv. more when we come back. can i help you? i heard you guys can ship ground for less than the ups store. that's right. i've learned the only way to get a holiday deal is to camp out. you know we've been open all night. is this a trick to get my spot? [ male announcer ] break from the holiday stress. save on ground shipping at fedex office. >>> we just heard from phil lebeau, talking about the shortage of rental cars in the northeast corridor. how much might that benefit peter pan bus lines? they primarily serve the travel northeast corridor. joining us is frank doherty, vice president of operations for peter pan bus lines. thanks for joining us. have you seen more bookings this year post sandy? because other methods of rental cars -- there
in september the doj's inspector general came out with that scathing report saying that atf agents and federal prosecutors in arizona were quote dysfunctional and poorly supervised and continued to employ risky standards despite danger to the public. they recommended disciplinary action against 14doj employees, eric holder was largely vindicated. today in court the judge said allow the documents, the g.o.p. house members were seeking were actually tkpweufpbg out in that ig report. even the house lawyer said yes it's better off now instead of going through the courts we settle this thing kind of play nice and get the information they are seeking. but they are seeking more information, they are going to do it in a different way. megyn: interesting, trace, thanks. for years iran has insisted that its nuclear program is purely peaceful. just aad break brick on the smoking gun that may prove iran is working to develop an atomic weapon. she gained fame about complaining about the cost of birth control. wait until you hear about the honor sandra fluck is in the running for. . just two aleve can keep
to find hope. >> october 23rd atf knocked on my door to take me to the police station for questioning and that is when they told me they were going to name john as the sniper. that was also when mildred mohamed would learn her ex-husband was out to murder her and the ten innocent people who were killed were just a cover. >> so that he could come in as a grieving father and get custody of the children. >> reporter: mildred says john alan mohamed was psychologically abusive to her. after she left him he disappeared with their three young children. when she finally got them back a judge issued a restraining order against her ex-husband. mildred mohamed knew that if he saw her again he would kill her. >> he said you have become my enemy and as my enemy i will kill you. he said that right in my face. >> i think people would be surprised to know that other people have attacked you. >> they don't consider me or my children to be victims. after john was caught, there were people who said to me, to my face, or e-mail or letters that if i would have stayed with john then he just would have kill
traded funds. this is the newest member and actively managed from the emerging market atf but the ticker symbol is bnl growing in popularity some of the market factor currency bond is the newest member. today it is up 1/4 of 1%. back to you. melissa: breaking news are reports apple has fired richard -- ahead of the mapping team after the aflac and countered a number of problems. this comes less than one month after the executive scoff forestall was asked to leave the company. he refused to sign his name on a letter apologizing for the shortcomings of the new mapping service. the controversy continues another executive falling by the wayside and the stock trades down. >> defused to sign the letter of apology and it is the report he had clashed along time with other people but nonetheless. >> as they see capital and across hairs after a portfolio manager charged with insider trading now steven cole went tries to stop the bleeding and charlie gasparino has exclusive new details. melissa: will taxing americans to make over to under 2000 per year make a dent? we will do the math. it is not at
regulations. the oversight and government reform's committee's investigation of atf and department of justice got hot under the caller. but as we entered a phase of a president's second term people seem to calm down a bit. the health-care law is going through another phase of implementation. regardless of how much of their might be a desire among some people to re-litigate some of that, they have deadlines to hit. and there's very legitimate oversight, not just oversight and government reform committee but ways and means and the energy and commerce committee and so forth on this massive new orientation to health care we will have in the country. as it enters the implementation phase in 2014 and in 2015, i think you will see a lot more hearings where you are quite literally saying what is the progress on this aspect of the health-care law. i think that has an opportunity to be a little less driven from -- the supreme court has ruled and president obama has a second term. it does not mean from the perspective of our own personal feelings that we feel good about the law, but literally there will
to be a full-time career . i was so ready for growth and grocery tores and pizza. and i cannot pay my atf and pay all of these taxes. there is only so much blood to get out of a turpip. >> steve: and pizza is only $10. >>> and why will they boycott companies that say this has an impact on the bottom line. if you boycott every restaurant company that has problem. it is affectingev restaurant. every restaurant that you eat at is impacted negatively by the law. young kids don't want to spend money on health care and a new car and new home or tuition they don't need health care and they are healthy. 92 i know what you mean, judy nicoles joining us from houston. >> thank you for giving us a voice. >> steve: next up on the run down. it is not harvard or yale and donald trump on deck and has a message to the president over the petraeus scandal. he's next, too. from jammin' jerk chicken, to creamy gouda bisque. see what's new from campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. starts with ground beef, unions, and peppers baked in a ketchup glaze with savory gravy and mashed russet potatoes. what make
was hard when it cames to epa regulations. the investigation of a.t.f. and department of justice got very hot under the collar. but as we enter a new phase of a president's second term, i think everybody starts to calm down a bit. the health care law is going into another phase of implementation. regardless of how much that there might be a desire of some people to relitigate that, they have deadlines to hit. and there is legitimate oversight, not just like a government reform committee. but within the energy and commerce committee on this massive new orientation towards health care that is happening in the country. as that happens in 2014 and 2015, i think you will see a lot hearings where people are literally saying what is the progress on this aspect of the health care law. i think that has an opportunity to be a little bit less driven and more, ok, supreme court has ruled. president obama has gotten a second term. that does not mean that from the perspective of our own personal feelings that we feel good about the law. but literally there will be legitimate questions about how things
to epa regulations of, you know, the oversight and government reform committee's investigation of atf and the department of justice certainly got very hot under the collar. but as we enter a new phase of, you know, a president's second term, i think everybody starts to calm down a little bit. the health care law is going into another phase of implementation, and the -- regardless of how much there might be a desire among some people to relitigate some of that, they have deadlines to hit, and there's very legitimate oversight not just at the oversight and government reform committee, but within the ways and means committee and the energy and commerce committee on this massive, you know, sort of new orientation of health care that we'll have in the country. so as that enters the implementation phase in 2014-2015 and so forth, i think you're going to see a lot more hearings where people are quite literally saying what's the progress on this aspect of the health care law. and i think that has an opportunity to be a little less driven from posturing and more, okay, the supreme court has ru
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